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HAKAFA means "encirclement."
We are a congregation of people
who choose to have no building,
no board of directors,
and no fund-raising.
Our CIRCLE has been growing
for nearly 40 years.
But as we grow, our intimate,
caring, and welcoming
atmosphere remains.

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New announcements are posted each Wednesday.

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HAKAFA COFFEE KLATCH
WITH THE OFFICERS

Join us online on
Thursday, January 21 at 7:00 PM

Several of Hakafa’s officers will host a casual evening to hear your thoughts about Hakafa, perhaps related to our functioning during the pandemic. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and bring suggestions you may have for new activities. We hope you will join us for this chance to connect as a community.

Zoom Meeting ID: 849 0503 7092

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WINTER CLOTHING AND
SLEEPING BAG DRIVE

December 2020

The Night Ministry is looking for donations of sleeping bags for people who are experiencing homelessness and living on the streets. Additionally, they need warm gloves, hats, and parka-type jackets in adult sizes, especially large sizes. Donations must be clean, gently used, or new.

If you have a donation, please contact Barb Scott and she will arrange a pick-up OR you can use this Amazon link to purchase and ship directly to the Night Ministry.



Celebrate Tu B'Shevat with Hakafa!

The Jewish New Year of the trees, Tu B’Shevat (pronounced Too BishVAHT), falls on Thursday, January 28 this year.
Join us for a creative, virtual Tu B’Shevat Community Seder immediately following the Shabbat service on Friday, January 29.

According to the Talmud, the 15th of the Hebrew month of Shevat is designated as the end of the period in which most of Israel’s yearly rain has fallen. This marks the time when trees have used up water from the previous year’s rainfall and have begun absorbing the water of the New Year. On Tu B’Shevat we honor the cycle of the trees, we sanctify the power of nature through our Tu B’Shevat Seder.

Click here for all of the details.

Sun, January 17 2021 4 Sh'vat 5781